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Assassins' Code (2011)

R | | Action, Crime, Thriller | 2011 (USA)
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A corporate assassination forces opportunistic double agents from three nations to fight to retrieve a high-tech computer disk containing schematics for a deadly weapon.

Director:

Lawrence Riggins (as Larry Riggins)

Writers:

Lawrence Riggins (as Larry Riggins), David W. Smith
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Credited cast:
Julian Lee ... Paul Thorn
Min-su Choi ... Karl Kim
John Savage ... Arlo
Martin Kove ... Tony Brill
Christopher Atkins ... Daniel Dodd
Richard Moll ... Ernest Altman
Kirk Baltz ... Powers
Tiffany Yee Tiffany Yee ... Jennifer
Lindsay MacFarland ... Angela
Inana RothKatz ... Salma (as Christine Whitney)
Jessica Rizo Jessica Rizo ... Stacia
Eileen Barker Eileen Barker ... Laura
Elizabeth Rose Elizabeth Rose ... Maria
Tedd Taskey ... Charles
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Wesley Allan Barry Wesley Allan Barry ... Doc Reynolds
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Storyline

A hero with a shadowy past... A merciless opponent... A doomsday weapon... When a corporate assassination forces a disbanded military squad to converge on a U.S. city, ruthless spies from three nations struggle to retrieve a high-tech computer disk containing schematics for a powerful missile. To hide from his past sins as a government assassin, former agent Paul Thorn withdrew to an anonymous quiet life. When a dying associate delivers plans for a lethal technological secret a long list of people on both sides of the law struggle to gain control and Thorn is drawn back into the deadly world of international espionage where he is forced to battle North Korean agent Karl Kim, a long-time nemesis whose sense of honor and desire for revenge over shadow his duty to obtain the disk. Serpent Rising is a fast paced action thriller where nothing is as it seems, betrayal is the standard, and lives are expendable. Written by Tri-M Entertainment

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Genres:

Action | Crime | Thriller

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for violence, language and brief nudity | See all certifications »

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OK B spy/action movie
21 April 2020 | by Angel_PeterSee all my reviews

Well I did not expect great acting when I started watching this movie. And I did not really get any either. I did not expect to see a new and groundbreaking plot, and they use one used hundreds of times before. I would say kind of average in most parts.

There is a fair share of violence in the movie. but most is just shooting. I thought for an agent/hitman movie it was quite entertaining. I have seen far worse in I was entertained while the movie was playing.

Would I recommend it? If you are searching for great movies no. If you look for something to watch before you go to sleep that is not too mind blowing then it is a good choice. I was entertained, but I did not set my expectations high. I have seen far worse high budget action movies and also better.


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Country:

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Language:

English

Release Date:

2011 (USA) See more »

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Straight Blast See more »

Filming Locations:

Denver, Colorado, USA

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Budget:

$1,200,000 (estimated)
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1.85 : 1
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